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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1914 I T I SATURDAY'S SPECIALS IN QUALITY MEATS Chicken, Per Ib Fowl, per Ib Leg- of Mutton, per Ib Leg- of Pork, per It) Loins of Pork, per !t> Shoulders of Pork, per tb Large Dill Pickles, per Am. Try Some Moose Meat 15C gfJC 25c DELANY'S LIMITED Milk Cream Butter will sell from our FRESH quarts tor 51 PURE quart. EXTRftxSPECIAL 60c per quart' ASK TOUR GROCEn. FOR "CRYSTAL BRAND" TABLE BUTTER 3IACB IN LETHBRIDGE Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone .1576.. 527 13th St. S. MARKETS .FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Sec. 4. Opening. anil j Two Siltnt Mitrailleuses and Fifteen Bodies Testify to Indians' Prowess .'in the'Pas do narra- tive of the heroic.. desperate in which the British troops have, been engaged around Ypres 1ms tended to j the fart that the line of the j Imperial Army extends to the south j Belgian border to neighborhood of Labasse. ami that here, too. fight- has been very fierce. It is here j that the- Indian 'divisions have been enlaced for severa'i days. They have j h.i'j to face a terrific assault, and tiicir ranks were daily thinned by the i murderous fire heavy artillery and machine against which j they hail little opportunity of showings in the kind of war.'are. j in which they are most useful, the i charge stealthy night uttack: oc- casionally they have tlotie wonders in j this A company of Gurkhas had been terribly worried one- day by fire from J a certain German trench 2uti yards: from their own, .at each end of which i a mitrailleuse was posted. At night- j fall they determined to have dene j with it. Secretiy and silently four I men left the trench and crept away Into the darkness. An hour passed, i two hours, and three, and nothing I happened. Then just before dawn j came the alarm. a sud- i den cry from frie'German! lines iirti. mingled 'ivith shouts and i .sHots. After a minute's struggle in i the dark against an invisible foe, who I slashed and stabbed without being seen, the Germans, seized with bolted, and a rear rifle fire blazed cut along the whole front, but four j happy Gurkhas slunk back to their; i "omrades uuscratched. When ciawc broke the German trench lay nnten- j i anted, save by two silent mitraSl- i cuses, and-the gashed and .bleeding bodies of fifteen of its defenders. j JUSTICE WILL TRIUMPH on the grain exchanges! Lloyd George at tbe City Temple, London: 1 1 16'-' "TnG fundamental error of the I man calculation, is becoming more and j manifest every day. They are j [beginning m This Sample of is for. you, Madam! WHAT is LUX? It is a soap of unusual purity made into the thinnest- of iiakcs that readily dissolve in hot water. It makes a creamy, foamy lather that cannot injure the daintiest fabric or the hands. LUX is a wonderful life lengthener of all woollen and flannel garments. It absolutely prevents them from thickening or shrinking m the wash. Will yon htuiurnd you a: free? Address LUX Lever Brothers Limited, Toronto. AU grocers 1 A_ LUX lUC. 11 i Dec. todav were 1.16-J July 1.3H Oats- Dec.......... 525 May 56fc I Flax- i.35i i. Mav.............. 1.3H 1 "WINNIPEG CASH PRICES A heat- No 1 EAT LESS MEAT 1 IF BACK HLKTS glass of Salts to flush Kidneys if Bladder bothers you water. lots Eating meat regulsrly eventually produces kidney trouble (n some form or other, says a well-known authority the uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked; get sluggish clog up and cause all sorts of distress particularly back ache and misery in the kidney1 region; ihefiiaaUc twinges headaches stomach constipation torpid bladder and urm- ________ to realize that-justice -is j. the greatest of all military assets. The j Vokskrink Woollens CITY AND DISTRICT ft Baptismal .Servlcis Baptismal Christian, bo litfiil tonight at '.Iho First Bnptfu churcli, at 7 o'clock. Al! parents.' invited to bring. their children. Packed House the Promise Over SOO'seats had already been sold this morning for (lie Patriotic Concert in the Majestic tonight. The house will bo pocked. Bo there on time. Good Skating .at Lake There, Ms-.been skating at Henderson Lake for the past two diiys. The Ice is in the best slmpe It lias ever been, and it is considered Unite safe. Mines Busier Last week the Tuber mines shipped 93 carloads of coal, and the Galr iinries here 353 cars. The Taber j mines are employing 375 men, half time, and the CJaU collieries 70U men full time. Foot Drill in Order The artillery recruits arc being giv- en foot drill every day, Sergt. Major Judson and Lieut. McLelland being in charge of the instruction. No defi- nite word as to the permanent quar- tering of the troops hero has been received. 'Lehman Funeral Sunday The funeral of the late Oswald G. Lehmann, who was accidentally k filed on Wednesday, will be held on Sun- day afternoon at 2.30 from the Odd- :ellows' hall on Fifth street, LO.O.F. Lodge No. 2 being in charge of the arrangements. Deceased was the noble grand of the order last year, and even member is requested to ittend tbe funeral. MADE IN CANADA. No 2 No: 4 No 5 No. 6 Feed 3 C No. 3 C Extra No. Xo. 3 No. 4 Rejected 1 Feed No 1 N No 2 C MINNEAPOLIS 1.13 wrongful invasion of Belgium; the trampling upon the rights of a smail nationality has become a inilitary weakness to them, .That is manifest i now; it is. more. manifest lilay by'day! "in a long struggle, it is1 heart that tells and injustice j 116? v, SdKens the heart f he> cannot en l-1j dure, and this war is aijjj Wjj] }je waged in vain ifiit does 1-00 f j not deaicnstrate even more ithit the justice ot a nauonb- causb is PLENTY OF ROOM.' NOW 911 m itselt a. mihtan equipment ot the Editor, Herald: Muy I permitted 1 first magnitude and importance. Some- f't0 correct the rala-s'tateiaent made by 53 times when I read the reports J In'Hh'e issue of the 2nd perplesed I 01 "d anc 'mst aC es here and retireme it tlieie ot vie rtle cifv offices now in. the fire nali tones at this spot and n_-chap. noc being moved. We have simply 60 S 5S 1 ?o 1.22 1 The moment-: !your back hurts or kidneys aren t acting or if you, ge: about four ounces of Jafl Salts from an., good take a iablespooniul in a srlass of water before breakfas for a few days and >our will then act flue This famous saUs i -ynario irora the acid or ajid lemon juice, eoiublnPd with 1 thia ana ueta" ufaed for to flush clogged kidneys anl stimu late them to normal activm also to neutralize the acids in the unne it no longer irritatee thus ending blad der disorders Jad Salts cannot injure anvone makes a delightful effervescent Hthia dnak wiiich millions of men i TFomen take now and' then to j beep the kidnevs and urinary organs j clean, thus avoiding senou disease bold, by J Co, Limited Jul> Dec. _ i: VIC that spot. But through it all. I think I jtaksn accommodations for_ the staff can see the haml of -justice, more sure and gradual, consciously but certainly gripping the victory CHICAGO 1 18J SAVED "QUEEN VICTORIA'S LIFE London. Lieut-Col. Gordon TVH- cdn. TTlio was killed. at the iront-near _ "iprcs figured as a national 1 18a hero while ha was at school at "Lton He sated Queen Victoria 3 life when 11U tne Queen Tvas by a crank at a railniy station 1SSJ Conservatives Organize S. Ba'.'i and Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.P., are in Couits today attend- ing an organization meeting of the 1 atives in that district- The Queen's assailant was Roderick a youth.'.- He attempted to fire a pistol but was pi evented by young Wilson, who struck the weapon from his band. Later he was sum- moned to Windsor Castle, and per- sonally thanked by the Queen. at 'he present time in the Kean block. Tlie council took' the four stores because it could get" .them as cheaply as and cheaper than any other space otiered. This natiirallj led up to the idea of stores sup-, plies in .this' because it would cheapen- the cost of thai-department's operation. If .it later found practicable to move.part of tne staff from the fire hall to the new quarters the snace in the fire hall could bo converted into -quarters for men in the city's employ at a rental that would represent a.further reduction Good-Bye to Toothpicks Employees of the C.P.R; car department have heard rumors to the effect i that- the company will discon- tinue provihing tooth-picks for use on dining cars. Nothing official has transpired. It Is stated, however, that there have been many complaints of the unpleasant habits of passengers addicted to the use of tooth-picks. on the rent. Yours truly, W. D. L. HARDIE, Jfayor. SI ale or Prices have 'been greatly reduo- 'ed: offering s. splendid opportun- ity to procure dainty Christmas Gifts that every yeoman will ap predate Wed, and Ihurs. fa 9 and ,10, from 2 to 6 Evenings taritfd to see the assortment. You will flnd to pleass f Mrs. Cheney Fifth South nrloon by Jamcs'Friso: Have 100 Members A meeting of the American-Cana- dian association was held last night at the Y.M.C.A. but as any of the chief campaigners were out of tne city, another meeting will be called later- on. The feeling was evident, that tne Americans. ia the city and District are to do their share toward aiding in the relief of local cases of distress, as well as contrib- uting toward the. Canadian Patriotic fund. A large number of new mem- bers were enroi'ied, and the total. membership is now close to 100. Wrong Impression In order to .remove -anV impression' that Fred Lehmann and1 Samuel- Stan- ford did not do all iif their, power to save the life of the accidentally killed while sliootins south' of "the city on Wednesday, which' impression may have beea conveyed by the Herald's account of the sad affair, Mr. Stanford stated to- day that when they heard the brother' went back and finding, what had occurred called for: him. The victim of the accident was lying' on the ice at the edge of the river. It was'at four o'clock and the .brother at once left to bring Stanford .remaining, doing a11'-in-hi3: power tor Jteep Mr Lehmann alire-Ull aid The brother armed Tilth the doctor at 7 o'cloQk, but the injur- ed man expired at A big fire had been built, and the doctor advis- ed leaving the body there till morn- ing, owing to tbe extremely difficult nature -bf the ground over which the body would have" to be carried. How ever, later in the evening a party .was made up to go out'and bring in the remains. Strange to say, neither the brother nor Mr. Stanford was noti- fied, with the result that the search party looked tin well on in the morn- ing before locating the spot The companions of the man, it will be seen from the above, neglected noth- to the life of tbe victim. Only a of the many bargains prepared for a, ..big day necessities, at prices ip suit the times. Two Wonderful Coat Bargains S Only Coats all uewj this ycason, go -on sale what they cost us. Sonio of our 5IS.OO and ?20 coat.3 -with capes, also new Br-s- quo and Military coats on sale at CHILDREN'S to-6 years; up to i on Bale..... GIRLS' to 12 years nil new this season on sale Saturday KNITTED Cliijdrcu red, cadet; regular 4 OK ou.sulo B MITTS AND tor tomorrow, ouch LINED GLOVES and Mocha or Kid SILK ..LINED tan or -black C1' 7C suede........... I I W fleec- ed, Watson's make fIC for.. COMBINATIONS Watsou, woo] intxod; up to for........ Silk and wool; 54.00 viiluu ffO 7K CHILD'S WAISTS, ivllilc_Ilceo- ed line, special at COATINGS, 5-1 inches up to value; 4 OC on V mv9 sample lot ot silk and Voiles for Christmas Gifts at IL discount BEADED BAGS for Christmas for Children and prices start at......... See Sale Ad. OB Another Page RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store OP FOR 1UE The lease on the Donnan Block, [or- city hall purposes was ordered sign- sealed anil executed yesterday morning by the city council. The lease is lor three years at a monthly rental, for the toiir stores of S125, 'the oVriers to make the necessary im- proVemeYils' before tbe first of Janu- ary. "-1" There seemed to be .some misunder- standing' regarding the vacating of tile quarters at present occupied in the. fire hall. These offices will be maintained as at the only and the 'quarters thus vacated, rented; to tenants, the revenue derived from being estimated by., the commissioners, as oeing almost ciiint to .pay the entire rental on the; Donnan block, so that if this plan is adopted, otficc quarters will cost the., city practically nothing. -Ftedericton, N. B.1, Dec. have HP notion of rotirran irom the Federal Arena" declared F B 'Carvcll, M. P. for Carletou, when asked at-, the adjournment_ at noon today of the proMncial Liberal con vcntion in session here, if il was true that he was to become the learfer of the 'provincial opposition party Stole Wm. Hickey and John "Komer were sent up to the .barra'cks' for fifteen days this mornfng by-the police mag Istrate for stealing-' rides from thfi C. P. R. The men both admitted that CITY AND DISTRICT Look Who's Among the visitors from, nearby towns, in the city today are J. W. Evans and L, D. 'King, Raymond, and C. B. Searie and A. S. Norton ot Ma grath. "Crusaders" to be Shown Sunday "The a famous master- piece in four reels, has been selected as the photoplay to be shown at.Star- land Sunday afternoon and -evening. when special performances, in. aid of the Canadian Patriotic. Fund will bo given Gypsies Couldn't Ride. A party gypsies on. their way; from the! north to Butte, Montana, were refused passage on the train this morning ny the imralgran- tlon authorities, who ruled that they C P it Trie men uotn aamuieu umi on they' hail sniped passage Jeff Knass, should as to disorderly, wab flnefl ?3 and costs their general state of henltl. Tea, Coffee and the Cop A booklet, "How to Keep Well" prepared un- der the of the Police Surgeon and the Health Commissioner, and distributed to the New Yolk other suggestions, says: "Strong Tea and Coftee arc Always Harmful" Tea and coffee both contain the caffeine and tannin, which often cause headache, biliousness, heart flutter, sleepless- ness and other ills. York Doesn't Want XervouH, Debilitated Policemen If you value your health and power to "do things" suppose you quit both tea and coffee, and try the famous pure food-drink POSTUM MADE IN CANADA. -of prime wheat and a bit of wholesome molasses, Ppslum is free from drugs- or any harmful substance. There's fine flavour, genuine nourishment and health in a' steaming cup of well-made POSTUM. "There's a Reason" Maniifuclured by Canadian Posluin Ccrcaj, Cjo. Xfymisor Out. ;